I like being able to see what I have in common with someone before striking up a conversation.
Hinge’s friends of friends model supposedly encourage good behavior because of social accountability, and I did find Hinge users to be more polite and well-spoken than Tinder or Ok Cupid dwellers.
“The single-camera half-hour chronicles the dating life of a bisexual Black man and the distinctly different worlds and relationships he finds himself in,” the description of the show reads.
Perhaps still more impressive: the ratio of women to men using the app, which is just about even—uncommon for this sector.
Unlike Tinder and Bumble, Hinge only showed me women.
Perhaps this is because Hinge’s results aren’t warped by the pressure to provide endless options.
Hinge Hinge is yet another mobile matchmaking app trying to make it big by being like Tinder, only slightly different. This sort of social network expansion has great possibility for lesbians whose hot friends of friends always seem to be just out of reach.
Hinge, like Tinder and Bumble, allows me to “prefer” women.